2015 CIF-SS Division IV Preview – Cerritos and Malibu Battle Should Keep Everyone Guessing to the End
Logan Hotchkiss of Malibu won both the 200 and 500 free last year and is looking to repeat the double this time around.
Northgate seniors (from l to r) Calvin Kirkpatrick, Eric VanBrocklin, and Mason Tittle will be headed to UCSB together in the Fall. Will they leave a few NCS records in their wake before they go?
Sacred Heart Academy’s (Louisville, Kentucky) Leah Stevens has been awarded the Rudy J. Ellis Kentucky High School Athlete of the…
Bellarmine senior Aidan Burns is looking to defend his CCS titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle events at this weekend’s championship meet.
The storied swimming program at St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, OH will have a rare change at the top…
Freshman Jessica Epps won back-to-back events, setting off a 7-event run for Tesoro High School that vaulted the Tesoro girls into the South Coast League title.
Currently accepting resumes for a Varsity/JV Swim Coach at McAllen Memorial HS.
University’s Daniel Tran won the 200 IM and 100 back and contributed to their 200 medley and 400 free relay wins at the Pacific Coast League championships on Friday.
Edison senior Thomas Smith won the 200 IM and 100 back, setting meet records in both events, and earning Swimmer of the Meet honors for his exploits.
Saugus High School’s Abbey Weitzeil won the 200 free and 100 back at the 2015 Foothill League Championships in Santa Clarita on Thursday.
Corona del Mar High School freshman Eva Merrell will be the top seed in two events at the CIF-SS Championships, but won’t race at the State Championship game.
Being a swimmer, you most likely have learned how to manage your time wisely. However, that does mean that it is completely easy to balance school and swimming.
2015 California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Swimming & Diving Championships Diving: Monday, May 11, 2015-Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Swimming: Wednesday,…
Since the 2007-08 season, high school swimming and diving participation has increased by nearly 18%.
Granada High School’s Maxime Rooney won two individual events at the 2015 EBAL Championships.